Hanoi (VNA) - Australia will continue to strongly advocate the freedom of navigation through the South China Sea (called the East Sea in Vietnam), Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on July 16. “Australia will continue to adopt a very consistent position,” Morrison told a media briefing in Canberra when asked about Australia’s stance on US Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo’s latest statement on the South China Sea issue. On July 13, Pompeo affirmed that “the United States champions a free and open Indo-Pacific”, and the China’s claims to offshore resources across most of the South China Sea are completely unlawful. Regarding Pompeo’s statement, the Vietnamese Foreign Ministry’s spokesperson Le Thi Thu Hang said on July 15 that Vietnam welcomes other countries’ stance on the East Sea issue in line with international law. Peace, stability, cooperation, and development in the sea are the aspiration and goal of countries … [Read more...] about Australia affirms continued support for freedom of navigation in East Sea
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Being assigned by the Government of Viet Nam in assisting businesses to cope with foreign anti-dumping and subsidisation lawsuits, the Trade Remedies Authority recommends related associations, producers and exporters co-operate with the ADC during the suit, including on-site investigations to verify the contents of the questionnaire. … [Read more...] about Australia initiates anti-dumping lawsuit against Vietnamese aluminum zinc coated steel
Phan Kieu Thanh Huong, vice president of the Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee of Ho Chi Minh City, and the representative of Me Linh Point Ltd. at the donation ceremony Me Linh Point Ltd., a joint venture between Sabeco Group and Frasers Property Vietnam, on July 14 announced contributing 20 thermal cameras worth more than VND1 billion to the Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee of Ho Chi Minh City in support of Vietnam's community efforts against COVID-19. … [Read more...] about Me Linh Point joins hands to fight Covid-19
The tuition fees offered by international schools in Vietnam are the fourth highest in Asia. This result is from a 2019 poll of 688 international schools in 27 countries and territories conducted by Expat Finder, a company providing information and support services for families moving abroad. According to the survey, Vietnam has an average annual tuition fee of $17,940 per year (about VND412.6 million), cheaper only than China, Singapore, and Hong Kong. … [Read more...] about Picking schools for your kids post-COVID-19: Keep a cool head!
Toại's wife, Hầu Thị Yến, said she had previously taken her husband and sister-in-law to the hospital by taxi for their periodic health examinations. "Now it is so convenient and cost-saving for us to have remote health care services as it is a bit difficult for the three of us to travel to the hospital for regular examinations. I only go to the health station to pick up medicine prescriptions each month." … [Read more...] about Grassroots health stations provide remote care via telemedicine